Pan-European interdisciplinary network to identify genetic factors (human genetics, epigenetics, metagenomics) contributing to IBS etiopathogenesis

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Invited Speakers


We cordially thank our Invited Speakers at the meetings for their valuable contribution and support


Participant name
Institution

Country
Event date Topic and added value to the Action
Thomas G. Schulze Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy University Medical Center Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen DE 2013 Spring Detecting significant genotype-phenotype association rules in bipolar disorder: Market research meets complex genetics.
Flexible, web-based phenotyping and biobanking meeting highest standards for data protection.
Xavier Estivill Center for Genomic Regulation, Genes and Disease Programme Barcelona ES 2013 Spring Genetic and epigenetic studies in complex disorders
Edith Feskens Wageningen University, The Netherlands NL 2013 Autumn Dietary assessment in European studies
Jessica Biesiekierski TARGID, Leuven BE 2014 Spring Dietary interventions for FGIDs
Patrick Hughes Adelaide Australia 2014 Autumn Insights into IBS from Peripheral Blood
Caroll Beltran Santiago de Chile Chile 2014 Autumn IBS Research in Chile
Josef Czimmer University Pécs Hungary 2014 Autumn Brain-gut interactions and GI motility. A proposal for admission to GENIEUR from Hungary
Justo Lorenzo Bermejo IMBI, University of Heidelberg DE 2014 Autumn Feasible epigenetics approaches in complex disorders
Jim Kaput Nestlé Health Science, Lausanne CH 2014 Autumn Data mining approaches in complex disorders: Experimental Designs for Systems Nutrition Research
Anita Eliasson BC Platforms Helsinki FI 2014 Autumn Secure data collection, sharing and analysis in collaborative research projects
Annikka Polster University of Gothenburg, Sweden SE 2015 Autumn Basic Study Protocol – challenges in data collection and implementation
Fermín Mearin Barcelona ES 2016 Spring Symptom-based criteria to phenotype IBS patients: pros and cons
Emeran Mayer UCLA, Los Angeles USA 2016 Spring Influence of Gut Microbiota on the Brain – Relevance for IBS?